By George Hewitt
Because the identify says, a accomplished textbook for Abkhaz. dependent off the Abzhywa dialect, that's the literary dialect. Written for use alone.
But this booklet isn't for the faint of middle. this can be a demanding language (unless you occur to already converse one other NE Caucasian language) and this textbook doesn't attempt to guard the learner from its difficulty.
This ebook might significantly profit with audio. i am not yes if any was once made.
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